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My June Column in The Company

Hi folks….Some of you may not know that I write articles for a few area magazines.  I’ve decided I should probably share them on here as well. For The Company, I write restaurant reviews from the standpoint of their feasibility as place to conduct business over the lunch hour.  And you know me–they aren’t completely […]

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Fixin’ Cookies

I don’t buy much in the way of convenience food, so even when the pantry and fridge are bursting at the seams, my son is right when he says “Mooooom, there’s nothing to eat”–because although there may be 50 pounds of various meats in the fridge, and many assorted grains and veggies, he doesn’t cook. […]

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Fluffy, Chewy, Fruity and Stuffed

When I was a kid, there were two kinds of dumplings.  I mean, I am sure there were many, many kinds of dumplings then, as there are now, but in my family, there were only two.  And both went with chicken. Chicken N Dumplin’s came two ways.  One, with fluffy, cloud like dumplings, was made with […]

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State Fair of Texas, Here I Come

So, I just got my formal invitation to compete in the Regional round of the Aetna Healthy Food Fight.  Thank you to all of those who supported me.  I know I swore off cooking contests with a voting element.  I know it’s obnoxious.  And I know they are more about how networked a competitor is, […]

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Man Candy—Not a Discussion On Hooter’s Waitstaff

Obviously, I do a lot of cooking.  With the first signs of Fall hitting last week, that interest turns to baking and candy making, gearing up for all of the parties, feasts, gift giving.  Snacks for Santa Clause. You get the picture. I don’t know about you, but in my house, Santa has become more […]

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